The literature of world war ii has emerged as an accomplished moving and challenging body of work produced by writers as different as norman mailer and virginia woolf primo levi and ernest hemingway jean paul sartre and w h auden this companion provides a comprehensive overview of the . Marina mackays edited collection the cambridge companion to the literature of world war ii offers a useful overview of global writings on that war the slim volume features succinct articles on the prose and poetry of the most important warring nations english studies. a the cambridge companion to the literature of world war ii h electronic resource c edited by marina mackay 246 3 a literature of world war ii 260 a cambridge b cambridge university press c c2009 300 a xix 234 p c 23 cm 490 1 a cambridge companions to literature 504. The cambridge companion to the literature of the first world war the great war of 1914 18 marks a turning point in modern history and cul ture this companion offers critical overviews of the major literary genres and social contexts that define the study of the writings produced by the first world war. Get this from a library the cambridge companion to the literature of world war ii marina mackay an overview of writing about the war from a global perspective aimed at students of modern literature this volume surveys the writing produced in the major combatant nations and explores common
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